Visit us at the 2015 NAB April 13th – 16th BOOTH # OE907 Sure Shot’s newest truck, KMHD, will be on display at NAB this year. Sure Shot Teleproductions will be making its annual appearance at the NAB Show in the outdoor mobile units exhibit booth # OE907. We are happy… Read More
KMHD is first in fleet to combine expanded production capabilities with C-band uplink transmission Sure Shot Teleproductions announced today the launch of the newest member of its fleet. KMHD is the first to offer a combination of expanded production capabilities with a C-band uplink transmission system in one mobile unit. It… Read More
Sure Shot Teleproductions is a highly regarded mobile television and satellite transmission company serving global broadcasters.
It is the largest provider of combination HD production/ satellite uplink units in North America. The fleet consists of 5 combination production/ transmission units (4 HD and 1 SD 16×9) and 5 satellite uplink units.
Its primary customers are national and regional sports networks, international broadcasters, news organizations and live entertainment producers.
Sure Shot is ideally situated to serve the industry when one truck can do the job of two. It is sought after by corporate and event producers who are streaming original content to multiple devices. Sure Shot is found in the TV compound of major sporting events, outside by the red carpet and on the scene of remote locations where news events unfold.
Sure Shot was founded in 1987 by its current owner,
Denny Kunce. It has evolved and grown to cover thousands of events over the years and in 2015 will welcome another new addition to its fleet.
Sure Shot is centrally located in New Middletown, Ohio, within 24 hours drive time of 70% of the US population. It also maintains a presence in Dallas, Texas, and has easy accessibility through its logistics management system to all regions of the US and Canada.
The company is licensed with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to conduct business in all 50 states. It has long term business relationships with established networks and works closely with emerging media to create production and distribution solutions for digital platforms and their targeted audiences.
Sure Shot Highlights
When you only have one shot, make it a Sure Shot.
Performing a site survey will greatly enhance your chances for a successful event. Determining parking, power, cable runs and line of site issues all play a factor in doing a remote broadcast. 30 Days prior to the event is advisable.
Every show has its own unique requirements. Choosing the proper production truck to meet your production and budgeting needs is a great start to a successful event.
If budgets permit a set day, this greatly enhances your chances for a seamless broadcast. The extra day allows time for the travel delays and technical issues that can and do happen when doing a remote broadcast.
If a set day is not possible, it is important to allow ample time prior to your event to complete set up and fax the mobile production unit a minimum of 2 hours before the start of the event. Set, shoot and strike shows can incur overtime charges that occur after industry standard 10 hours on site for the production crew.
Selecting the crew for your event can and will have a direct impact on the quality of your production. With all the new HD equipment in the market place, be sure that the crew you hire is experienced with equipment on the mobile unit of choice.
If satellite transmission service is required for your event, it is vitally important to select a satellite that you can clearly see with no obstructions. Just as important, is to verify with your downlink site or sites that they can see the satellite as well.
The more information you can put on paper and distribute to your on-site personnel prior to your event the better. Proper, prior planning prevents many of the problems that can arise during the course of a live broadcast.
After completing a successful broadcast, calling in a good night to your uplink truck and satellite carrier ensures that you will not incur overrun charges that may not be necessary.